Marley Engineered Products introduced its Artisan SmartSeries® Architectural Digital Wall Heater. The new wall heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in quiet operation and energy efficiencies. The unit features 5 day/2 day programmability with four daily program periods to respond to a variety of environment needs.
Roberts-Gordon LLC recently reintroduced the GORDONRAY® DF two-Stage, unitary low-intensity infrared heater. Due to the ability to fire at two distinct rates, the company says its GORDONRAY® DF provides energy efficient heat that can effectively adjust to sudden high heat-loss conditions or economically maintain steady comfort levels.
According to Greenheck, its new fully programmable energy management motor starter, Model MSEM, can be specifically adapted to the user’s needs. Available for single-phase (up to15 hp) or three-phase (up to 300 hp) commercial or industrial applications, Model MSEM features a Hand/Off/Auto keypad with LCD display to easily adjust settings.
Distech Controls has introduced its Integrated Room Control (IRC) solution for the control of HVAC room terminal equipment (BACnet® or LONWORKS®), lighting, and shades. The company says this modular solution achieves the highest level of comfort for occupants while increasing operating cost savings for local or room applications, such as offices, patient rooms, dorms, and more.
GrayWolf has introduced remote, cloud-based access and control of any of its WiFi-enabled AdvancedSense®, WolfPack® or DirectSense® meters. GrayWolf manufactures various advanced, portable, and semi-permanent monitoring instruments for measurements that include TVOCs, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, ozone, particulate, air velocity, differential pressure, relative humidity, temperature, carbon monoxide, and much more.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.